Wednesday, February 28, 2018  11:00 AM - 12 Noon PST  
Another Free Webinar from IEBC

Experts believe that Guided Pathways is the approach of choice for community college reform.  California community colleges have been charged with developing  a plan for engaging in  Guided Pathways by March 30, 2018. Many colleges, however,  are expressing uncertainty about how to get started and are working to determine the nature of faculty engagement in the process. In order for Guided Pathways to be successful,  deep faculty engagement must be incorporated from the very beginning and throughout the process. 

Guided Pathways supports general education courses which can account for up to three-quarters of the courses in a Pathway of study. Unfortunately, the role of general education coursework in supporting Pathways has lacked attention. 

This webinar will 1) highlight a process that will help your college  jump start your Pathways work or help you if your college is stuck and 2)  demonstrate the importance of general education and liberal arts curriculum in Guided Pathways.

The  Institute for Evidence-Based Change (IEBC) i s pleased to offer this  FREE   webinar for community colleges. 

Takeaways -  You will:
  • Learn about where colleges are struggling with Guided Pathways and how to overcome those struggles and get on track.
  • Be introduced to a method that will help jump start your work that supports general education and liberal arts curriculum in Guided Pathways implementation.
    To register now   https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register

   After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing your login information to join the webinar.

  Brad Phillips, PhD
President/CEO, IEBC
 John Yopp, PhD
Director, Strategic Partnerships, IEBC 

Marianne Wokeck, PhD
Director, CtCC SmartPathways, IEBC 

Jo-Carol Fabianke, PhD
Vice Chancellor for Academic Success, Alamo Colleges
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IEBC helps education stakeholders use data  and information to make  informed decisions, improve practice and increase student success.

We hope you will be joining us on February 28, 2018!

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